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How do I render a filtered and unfiltered zdepth aov on the same renderlayer?

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I want to render a depth aov with 'closest' filter and one with 'gaussian' on the same renderlayer but can't figure out how to render 2 depth aov's without rendering twice and manually changing the filter. I'm sure there's an easy way to do this, but i can't figure it out.


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Aaron.


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I just figured out that you can add a 2nd output to the built in depth AOV. This seems to work. Is there a better way to do this?



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